Edited By Jean Bessière and Gerald Gillespie
New Comparative Poetics
This series publishes contributions which explore new territory in the ever-evolving field of comparative literature. Its monographs, written in English or in French, typically deal with the interaction between various authors, literary genres and societies or cultures, if necessary drawing on literary theory.
The term “comparative” is not restricted to the study of different national literatures. It also refers to comparative studies within a single linguistic culture, e.g. in a multicultural society or a postcolonial country. The series seeks to re-assess the complex relationship between margin and center, emphasizing, whenever possible, a non-Eurocentric perspective.
Series Editor : Marc MAUFORT
Université libre de Bruxelles (Belgique)
N° 33 – Jaime BARON, Le sujet poétique chez Apollinaire et Huidobro, 2015.
No. 32 – Laurence TALAIRACH-VIELMAS & Marie BOUCHET (eds.), Insects in Literature and the Arts, 2014.
No. 31 – Jean PERROT, Henry James’s Enigmas. Turning the Screw of Eternity?, 2104.
No. 30 – Haun SAUSSY & Gerald GILLESPIE (eds.), Intersections, Interferences, Interdisciplines. Literature with Other Arts, 2014.
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